John Hendrix filed a report with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office this week after he made the discovery.
According to a report filed by deputy Ben Clayton, Hendrix said a set of Mud-Lite ATV tires were taken from a building behind his residence which had been unoccupied. The theft was believed to have occurred sometime between Sunday and Tuesday, according to the report.
There were no signs of forced entry to the outbuilding and Hendrix told the deputy several other items had been taken during the past few months.
Investigation is continuing.
- Another outbuilding burglary was reported at a Spring Place Road address.
According to a report filed by deputy Robert O’Daniel, Roger Crittenden said a pressure washer he had winterized in December went missing sometime during the past few months.
Crittenden went to use the machine and discovered it was missing.
After checking other buildings on his property, he determined the piece of equipment had been stolen.
The pressure washer was a Troy-bilt model 2,600-psi and had a Honda engine.
Identification numbers were obtained.
The pressure washer was valued at $360.
- A “Barbie” doll valued at $200 was reportedly taken by someone while the reported victim had been in the process of moving out of state.
According to a report filed by deputy Steve McCullough, Janice Veasey said her “Audrey Hepburn” doll was kept inside a plastic box with two other collectible dolls. The doll was last seen April 11 while the family was packing to move.
A suspect could not be determined in the case.